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#20 University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler) 

Business School Overview

University of North Carolina--Chapel Hill (Kenan-Flagler)The Kenan-Flagler Business School at University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill offers graduate programs in these departments and concentrations: accounting, consulting, entrepreneurship, finance, general management, leadership, marketing, production/operations management, organizational behavior, portfolio management, real estate, and supply chain management/logistics. Its tuition is full-time: $27,400 per year (in-state) and full-time: $48,681 per year (out-of-state). At graduation, 72.2 percent of graduates of the full-time program are employed.

The Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina—Chapel Hill stresses the importance of developing leadership skills through hands-on experience and teaching business strategy that creates profit but does little damage to the planet.

unicarThe school has campuses in Chapel Hill, N.C.; Bangkok, Thailand; Hong Kong; Rotterdam, The Netherlands; São Paulo, Brazil; and Monterrey, Mexico. Kenan-Flagler offers students a full-time M.B.A., evening M.B.A., weekend M.B.A., an online M.B.A., and a Global M.B.A, along with a Ph.D. program. The Global M.B.A., known as OneMBA, allows students to learn from five accredited universities on four continents, and more than half of the executives in OneMBA live and work outside the United States.

The full-time M.B.A. program features flexible classes that place an emphasis on global perspectives and the business process model, which organizes the first year of study to simulate the cycle of running a business. Students have the option to join M.B.A. student clubs and organizations, including the Consulting Club and the Investment Club, among many others. Students enroll in elective courses beginning in their first year to prepare for summer internships, and roughly 20 percent of the elective courses are new each year.

There are more than 30,000 alumni worldwide, and some of the most notable graduates are Paul Clayton, CEO of Jamba Juice; Helen Ding, senior vice president for Citigroup; and Brad Sparks, director of KPMG International’s Global Green Initiative.


Applicants (full-time)
Applicants (full-time)
Applicants (part-time) N/A


Student Body

Enrollment (full-time) 580
Gender distribution (full-time)
Gender distribution (full-time)


Full-time: $27,400 per year (in-state)
Full-time: $48,681 per year (out-of-state)
Required fees (full-time and part-time) $3,393 per year
Required fees (executive degree program) N/A


Average base salary $102,170
Full-time graduates employed at graduation 72.2%

Application Deadlines 2015 2016-2015 2016

The Admissions Committee meets November through May and manages applications in cycles. Because of heavy demand and our small class size, early application is strongly recommended. Applicants should use the following guidelines in completing the application:

Application must
be received
completed by
Decision Release
Deposit Deadline
Deadline 1
early action
Oct 18 Dec 2 Dec 13 Jan 6
Deadline 2 Dec 9 Jan 24 Feb 3 Apr 15
Deadline 3 Jan 13 Mar 10 Mar 17 Apr 15
Deadline 4 Mar 14 Apr 11 Apr 28 May 12

Applications must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time on the application deadline date.

* Requests for admissions decisions before the decision release dates cannot be granted.

You are urged to apply early and to submit the personal information and resume portion of the application. UNC Kenan-Flagler’s class size is small, and admission is very competitive. Please make sure you schedule your admissions interview before the date above that is associated with your deadline number as you cannot be admitted without an interview. Please apply by the January deadline in order to be considered for merit fellowships.

The admissions office must also receive GMAT® or GRE (if applicable) and TOEFL® scores by the application deadline in order to consider your application in that cycle.

Decisions are also posted online by 5:00 p.m. on the decision mailing dates.

Early Action

Our first cycle, October 18, 2015 2016, is the Early Action deadline. Early Action is an option for applicants who know for certain that they will attend UNC Kenan-Flagler if admitted. Early Action provides applicants with the certainty of learning their decision by December 13, 2015 2016. Admitted applicants in the Early Action cycle will be required to submit a $2,500 non-refundable enrollment deposit by January 6, 2015 2016, in order to secure a space in the class (versus the regular deadline enrollment deposit of $1000). You should not apply for Early Action if you are not prepared to commit immediately to attending UNC.

Application Requirements

Admission to the Kenan-Flagler Full-time MBA Program requires the completion of our online application.

The application consists of the following components. Additional details are available within the application itself:

Personal Information

The personal information includes contact information, education and detailed employment history.


We typically expect the resume to be one-page in length, two pages maximum. Include educational and employment history with titles and dates, in reverse chronological order.


We require transcripts of all academic work completed at the baccalaureate/undergraduate and graduate level. Unofficial transcripts may be uploaded to the online application for the purposes of application review, with official transcripts required upon admission and matriculation.

International candidates must have a college-level education equivalent to an American undergraduate or baccalaureate degree (the same as a first university degree). Generally this is a 4-year degree. There are a number of universities around the world that offer 3-year undergraduate programs. If you received a bachelor’s degree upon completion of one of these 3-year undergraduate programs, you are eligible to apply to our program.

Test Scores

We require the GMAT or GRE from all applicants.  Our school code for GMAT and GRE is 5816.

TOEFL, IELTS or PTE Academic is required for applicants for whom English is not the native language. Our school code for these tests is also 5816.  Applicants do not need to submit a TOEFL, IELTS or PTE score if:

  • They earned an undergraduate or graduate degree at a U.S. college or university.
  • Their total education was conducted in English in a native English-speaking country.
  • They received an undergraduate degree or graduate degree from a university in Hong Kong.
  • They earned an undergraduate degree or graduate degree from a university in India.  We will request test scores from some Indian candidates as needed.


We have three required essays and two optional essays. The essays for the 2015 2016-2015 2016 application season are:

  • Essay One (Required)
    What are the 2 or 3 strengths or characteristics that have driven your career success thus far? What are the other strengths that you would like to leverage in the future? (500 words maximum)
  • Essay Two (Required)
    Please describe your short and long term goals post-MBA. Explain how: your professional experience has shaped these goals; why this career option appeals to you; and how you arrived at the decision that now is the time and the MBA is the appropriate degree. (500 words maximum)
  • Essay Three (Required)
    What personal qualities or life experiences distinguish you from other applicants? How do these qualities or experiences equip you to contribute to UNC Kenan-Flagler? (500 words maximum)
  • Essay Four (Optional)
    If your standardized test scores are low, or if you have not had coursework in core business subjects (calculus, microeconomics, statistics, financial accounting), please tell us how you plan to prepare yourself for the quantitative rigor of the MBA curriculum. (300 words maximum)
  • Essay Five (Optional)
    Is there any other information you would like to share that is not presented elsewhere in the application? (300 words maximum)


The Admissions Committee requires two professional recommendation letters, preferably from supervisors. The recommendations are submitted online through the application.


We have an open interview policy. This means that we will not be sending out invitations to interview.  Applicants can use our online interview scheduler to choose a convenient interview type and time. You must complete your interview before the appropriate deadline in order to be considered for admission.  More information about the interview process can be found on the Interview and Campus Visits page.

Residency Form (only if NC resident)

If you believe you qualify for in-state residency for tuition purposes, please review the Residency Information page for detailed information. The online MBA application includes preliminary residency questions. If a classification cannot be made based on the information within the application, you will be prompted to submit an additional residency form.

Application Fee

$145 non-refundable fee can be paid by credit card.

Tuition & Financial Aid

The following tuition, fees and living expenses are estimates to assist you with planning. Tuition and fees are finalized the summer before each fall term. The intensity of the MBA Program and the time commitment involved preclude part-time employment during your first year of study at UNC Kenan-Flagler.

Financial Aid Budgets for Academic Year 2015 2016-2015 2016

Tuition and Fees (Per Academic Year) NC Residents Non NC residents
Tuition and mandatory fees1 $34,560 $53,992
Total (with living expenses)2 $58,714 $78,146

1Tuition and fees are finalized in the summer before each fall term. This is the most current estimate of tuition and fee amounts for the upcoming academic year. This information is provided to assist students in planning and in no way implies the actual charges for the upcoming academic year. The University Cashier’s Office will bill students for tuition and fees. Please note that tuition is expected to increase every academic year. For NC Residents the tuition increase will likely be between 15% and 18% each academic year until the 2015 2016-2017 year.

2A student’s total financial aid (scholarships, fellowships, and all education loans) cannot be more than the estimated living expenses plus tuition and fees.

Living Expenses3 Per month Per academic year
Books N/A $2,400
Food $472 $4,252
Health insurance $163 $1,470
Housing $1,279 $11,512
Miscellaneous $316 $2,844
Unsubsidized Loan Fee N/A  $220
Travel $162 $1,456
TOTAL $2,393 $24,154

3Living expense estimates are based on reasonable cost of living for the Chapel Hill area. Students whose lifestyle choices exceed the reasonable cost of living amounts are responsible for covering those choices through resources other than financial aid. Certain allowable expenses can be added, with documentation of the cost. These include computer purchase (up to $1,700), day care (for children under 13 only), and commuting (for students living more than 15 miles from campus).

Additional Costs (academic year) NC Residents Non NC residents
Other fees4 $778 $778

4Other fees include:
$388 orientation fees, which are billed through the University Cashier’s Office and are reflected on the fall bill for tuition and fees.
$390 MBA Student Association (MBASA) dues are paid directly to the MBASA during the first week of classes.

Additional Costs (Analytical Skills Workshop) NC Residents Non NC residents
Tuition and fees6 $800-$5,000 $800-$5,000
Living expenses (per ASW session)7 $3,638 $3,638

6Tuition and fees for ASW are based upon a student’s actual enrollment. In order to be eligible for student loan funding for ASW, students must enroll in at least 2 courses to be considered at half-time enrollment.

7Living expense estimates are based on reasonable cost of living for the Chapel Hill area. Students whose lifestyle choices exceed the reasonable cost of living amounts are responsible for covering those choices through resources other than financial aid.

Official website: http://www.kenan-flagler.unc.edu

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